Breeding Hippogriffs build nests upon the ground into which they will lay a single large and fragile egg, which hatches within twenty-four hours. The fledgling Hippogriff should be ready to fly within a week, though it will be a matter of months before it is able to accompany its parent on longer journeys.
Horklump M. Classification: X The Horklump comes from Scandinavia but is now widespread throughout northern Europe. It resembles a fleshy, pinkish mushroom covered in sparse, wiry black bristles.
It spreads sinewy tentacles rather than roots into the ground to search for its preferred food of earthworms. The Horklump is a favourite delicacy of gnomes but otherwise has no discernible use. Imp M. It is sometimes confused with the pixie. They are of similar height between six and eight inches , though the imp cannot fly as the pixie can, nor is it as vividly coloured the imp is usually dark brown to black. It does, however, have a similar slapstick sense of humour. Its preferred terrain is damp and marshy, and it is often found near river banks, where it will amuse itself by pushing and tripping the unwary.
Imps eat small insects and have breeding habits much like the fairies, though imps do not spin cocoons; the young are hatched fully formed at around one inch in length. Jarvey M. It resembles an overgrown ferret in most respects, except for the fact that it can talk. True conversation, however, is beyond the wit of the Jarvey, which tends to confine itself to short and often rude phrases in an almost constant stream.
Jarveys live mostly below ground, where they pursue gnomes, though they will also eat moles, rats, and voles.
Jobberknoll M. It makes no sound until the moment of its death, at which point it lets out a long scream made up of every sound it has ever heard, regurgitated backwards.
Jobberknoll feathers are used in Truth Serums and Memory Potions. Kappa M. Often said to look like a monkey with fish scales instead of fur, it has a hollow in the top of its head in which it carries water. In confrontation, a wizard should trick the Kappa into bowing — if it does so, the water in the hollow of its head will run out, depriving it of all its strength.
Kelpie M. Classification: XXXX This British and Irish water demon can take various shapes, though it most often appears as a horse with bulrushes for a mane. Having lured the unwary onto its back, it will dive straight to the bottom of its river or lake and devour the rider, letting the entrails float to the surface. The correct means to overcome a kelpie is to get a bridle over its head with a Placement Charm, which renders it docile and unthreatening.
Its favourite form is that of a sea serpent see page International Confederation of Wizard observers realised that they were not dealing with a true serpent when they saw it turn into an otter on the approach of a team of Muggle investigators and then transform back into a serpent when the coast was clear. Knarl M. Many a Muggle child has been accused of vandalism when an offended Knarl was the real culprit.
Kneazle M. The Kneazle has an uncanny ability to detect unsavoury or suspicious characters and can be relied upon to guide its owner safely home if they are lost. Licences are required for ownership as like Crups and Fwoopers Kneazles are sufficiently unusual in appearance to attract Muggle interest.
Leprechaun sometimes known as Clauricorn M. Classification: XXX More intelligent than the fairy and less malicious than the imp, the pixie, or the Doxy, the leprechaun is nevertheless mischievous. Found only in Ireland, it achieves a height of up to six inches and is green in colour. It has been known to create crude clothing from leaves. Leprechauns produce a realistic goldlike substance that vanishes after a few hours, to their great amusement.
Leprechauns eat leaves and, despite their reputation as pranksters, are not known ever to have done lasting damage to a human. Lethifold also known as Living Shroud M.
It resembles a black cloak perhaps half an inch thick thicker if it has recently killed and digested a victim , which glides along the ground at night. Believing it to be nothing more than the leaves of the tree outside, I turned over in bed, with my back to the window, and caught sight of what appeared to be a shapeless black shadow sliding underneath my bedroom door.
I lay motionless, trying sleepily to divine what was causing such a shadow in a room lit only by moonlight. Undoubtedly my stillness led the Lethifold to believe that its potential victim was sleeping. To my horror, the shadow began to creep up the bed, and I felt its slight weight upon me.
It resembled nothing so much as a rippling black cape, the edges fluttering slightly as it slithered up the bed towards me. Paralysed with fear, I felt its clammy touch upon my chin before I sat bolt upright.
The thing attempted to smother me, sliding inexorably up my face, over my mouth and nostrils, but still I struggled, feeling it wrapping its coldness about me all the while. Unable to cry for assistance, I groped for my wand. Now dizzy as the thing sealed itself about my face, incapable of drawing breath, I concentrated with all my might upon the Stupefying Charm and then — as that failed to subdue the creature, though blasting a hole in my bedroom door — upon the Impediment Hex, which likewise availed me naught.
Still struggling madly, I rolled sideways and fell heavily to the floor, now entirely wrapped in the Lethifold. I knew that I was about to lose consciousness completely as I suffocated. Desperately, I mustered up my last reserve of energy.
Almost at once I felt fresh air upon my face. I looked up to see that deathly shadow being thrown into the air upon the horns of my Patronus. It flew across the room and slithered swiftly out of sight. As Belby so dramatically reveals, the Patronus is the only spell known to repel the Lethifold. Since it generally attacks the sleeping, though, its victims rarely have a chance to use any magic against it.
Once its prey has been successfully suffocated, the Lethifold digests its food there and then in their bed. It then exits the house slightly thicker and fatter than before, leaving no trace of itself or its victim behind. It is a simple creature, ten inches long, comprising a rubbery spout and a venom sac. When threatened, the Lobalug contracts its venom sac, blasting the attacker with poison.
Merpeople use the Lobalug as a weapon and wizards have been known to extract its poison for use in potions, though this practice is strictly controlled. Easier to calculate is the number of wizards who have, for their own unscrupulous purposes, pretended to have been killed by Lethifolds. Despite its passing resemblance to the lobster, it should on no account be eaten, as its flesh is unfit for human consumption and will result in a high fever and an unsightly greenish rash.
The Malaclaw can reach a length of twelve inches and is light grey with deep-green spots. It eats small crustaceans and will attempt to tackle larger prey. If you are bitten by a Malaclaw, all bets, wagers, and speculative ventures should be cancelled, as they are sure to go against the victim. Manticore M. Classification: XXXXX The manticore is a highly dangerous Greek beast with the head of a man, the body of a lion, and the tail of a scorpion.
As dangerous as the Chimaera, and as rare, the manticore is reputed to croon softly as it devours its prey. Manticore skin repels almost all known charms and the sting causes instant death. Merpeople also known as Sirens, Selkies, Merrows M. Classification: XXXX10 Merpeople exist throughout the world, though they vary in appearance almost as much as humans.
Their habits and customs remain as mysterious as those of the centaur, though those wizards who have mastered the language of Mermish speak of 10 See classification footnote for centaur. The oldest recorded merpeople were known as sirens Greece and it is in warmer waters that we find the beautiful mermaids so frequently depicted in Muggle literature and painting.
The selkies of Scotland and the Merrows of Ireland are less beautiful, but they share that love of music which is common to all merpeople. Moke M. It has the ability to shrink at will and has consequently never been noticed by Muggles. Moke skin is highly prized among wizards for use as moneybags and purses, as the scaly material will contract at the approach of a stranger, just as its owner did; Moke-skin moneybags are therefore very difficult for thieves to locate.
Mooncalf M. Classification: XX The Mooncalf is an intensely shy creature that emerges from its burrow only at the full moon. Its body is smooth and pale grey, it has bulging round eyes on top of its head, and four spindly legs with enormous flat feet. Mooncalves perform complicated dances on their hind legs in isolated areas in the moonlight. Watching Mooncalves dance by moonlight is a fascinating experience and often profitable, for if their silvery dung is collected before the sun rises and spread upon magical herb and flower beds, the plants will grow very fast and become extremely strong.
Mooncalves are found worldwide. Murtlap M. It has a growth upon its back resembling a sea anemone. When pickled and eaten, these Murtlap growths promote resistance to curses and jinxes, though an overdose may cause unsightly purple ear hair. Murtlaps eat crustaceans and the feet of anyone foolish enough to step on them.
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